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Shortly after submitting the 4212 regulations, the OFCCP has submitted the 503 regulations to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) today in final form. OMB has at least 60 days to review the regulations. This does not mean the regulations are
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OFCCP has submitted the 4212 regulations to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) today in final form. OMB has at least 60 days to review the regulations. This does not mean the regulations are final and in place —- OMB can now either approve or
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OFCCP has released Directive 310 to provide guidance on calculating back pay as a part of make whole relief for victims of employment discrimination when using formula or individual relief. DCI is currently reviewing this new directive and will
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In this installment of our UGESP series, we address an aspect of the validation process that presents significant EEO enforcement risk if overlooked: selection procedure implementation.

The purpose of a validation study is to collect evidence that

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In light of the recent OFCCP Directive 307, DCI has noted trends during audit situations related to how OFCCP staff are interpreting and enforcing the directive.

In some Regional and District Offices, there are circumstances where compliance

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Since its release in February 2013, Directive 307 has certainly been on the mind of federal contractors. This blog has covered a number of issues related to Directive 307 that may make proactive analyses of pay equity complicated. One such issue

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In a press release dated July 17, 2013, the OFCCP announced that Tufts Associated Health Plans has agreed to a $372,739 settlement related to charges of race-based discrimination in termination and retaliation. The text of the settlement may be

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In yesterday’s client alert, we announced that OFCCP has released its CSAL online. However, an official with OFCCP has stated that the release of this list on its website was a “technical snafu” and was not intended to be released. The

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The case is University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, decided on June 24, 2013 [2013 U.S. LEXIS 4704]. Excuse my delay … I have been wrestling with relevant background factors to provide the best framework for describing the

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At last year’s Industry Liaison Group (ILG) National Conference in Hawaii, OFCCP Deputy Director Tom Dowd announced that the agency would begin posting Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSAL) on the OFCCP website. At the time, many in the
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